Join Our Summer Reading Bingo Adventure and Dive into a Season of Stories!
Join the Summer Reading Bingo Adventure and Dive into a Season of Stories! Join the Summer Reading Bingo Adventure and Dive into a Season of Stories! Summer is the perfect time to bask in the sun and immerse ourselves in the captivating world of books. Get ready for an exciting journey of literary exploration as […]
Introducing: OverDrive Ebooks and Audiobooks!
The Loyola University Chicago Libraries are excited to announce that we now offer ebooks and audiobooks from OverDrive via the Libby app. You can browse, check out and read books online at loyola.overdrive.com or you can use the Libby app on your mobile device. Download the Libby app to your Mac OS or Android smartphone […]
Interlibrary Loan Resumes for Graduate Students
Graduate students can now order physical books through Interlibrary Loan! The ILL physical request process remains the same through ILLiad. Once we receive the book, you will get an email notification with the link to schedule an appointment for contactless pick up in the IC or at Lewis Library. After choosing a day/time, the form […]
NEW: Reserve Your Study Space in the Information Commons!
Starting Monday, April 12th, all available individual study spaces on the 2nd and 3rd floor of the IC, are now reservable, including individual study rooms, armchairs, individual study tables, or computer workstations. How exactly does this process work? Let’s discuss! Do I need to make a reservation before arriving to the IC? You can, but walk-in reservations may be placed at the study space itself […]
Staff Picks – Emma’s Favorite Alt-Costume K-pop Dance MVs of 2020
During the month of December, Loyola Libraries staff make lists and check them twice. What are these lists about? Anything! You can look at past years’ lists here and stay tuned for more lists all month long! We all love k-pop dance practice music videos (mv’s), but the most special subgenre of k-pop dance mv’s are those […]
Word of the Year 2020
In a typical year, Oxford Languages, a division of Oxford University Press, selects one word of the year: 2019, climate emergency; 2016, post-truth; 2013, selfie (view a complete list of past notables) but 2020? Not a typical year. This year Oxford Languages decided to recognize trendlines and themes, noting words that joined and evolved in […]